In 1942, CBS produced a series of six 15-minute programs that were broadcast from Army camps around the country. Each episode of What Are We Fighting For? contains a remarkable speech; my favorite is Alvin C. York's: 01 The Road To War - Edward R. Murrow at West Point, New York 02 What Pearl Harbor Means To Me - Lee White at Ft. George Meade, Maryland 03 Your Enemies, The Fascists - William L. Shirer at Fort Belvoir, Virginia (no open nor close) 04 The Russians Are Our Kind Of People - Quentin... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: World War, 1939-1945, World War II, Patriotism, Old Time Radio, Citizenship, Shirer, William L....
Speaking of Liberty was sponsored by "the Council on Democracy" and broadcast by the NBC Red network. Rex Stout hosted a variety of guests who were "speaking of liberty." The show aired for an an initial series of episodes and the audience response was so positive, the show returned for "Round 2." There are a lot of typos and misinformation out there regarding the guests on these shows; hopefully this will clear things up: 01 Carl Van Doren Historian & author... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: World War, 1939-1945, Old Time Radio, Liberty, World War II: Homefront, Patriotism, World War II,...
byAlaribe, Chinwendum Stephenie; Shode, Francis; Coker, Herbert A. B.; Ayoola, Gloria; Sunday, Adesegun; Singh, Nisha; Iwuanyanwu, Silva
This article is from International Journal of Molecular Sciences, volume 12.AbstractFicus congensis (Moraceae) is used traditionally in the treatment of various diseases including infectious diseases, infertility, and gastrointestinal disorders. Investigation of hexane extract of the stem bark using chromatographic techniques led to isolation of a xanthone, 1-hydroxy-3,7,8-trimethoxyxanthone (Decussatin). The compound was elucidated based on spectroscopic methods such as nuclear magnetic... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3127144